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QUAND L HOMME DEVIENT BÊTE : L'ANIMAL AU SERVICE D'UNE IDEOLOGIE DANS MAQUIS DE CERVERA

Abstract : In 1997, the Spanish author Alfons Cervera publishes Maquis to give the floor to those that the History forgot, those who continued the fight against Franco while the Civil War was officially ended. The author offers a poignant, often crude and rough story on the fratricide fight which goes on between both sides. The confrontation quickly raises the question of the place of the humanity while the animality progresses as the war of resistance gets stuck. Analyzing the various ways of loss of humanity organized around three axes that are the animality, the madness and the bestiality, we want to show how the subtle demarcation between bestiality and animality allows to question the apparent ecuminicism of a novel where each part would assume its part of inhumanity.
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Murielle Borel. QUAND L HOMME DEVIENT BÊTE : L'ANIMAL AU SERVICE D'UNE IDEOLOGIE DANS MAQUIS DE CERVERA. Studii de Stiinta si Cultura, Vasile Goldis Western University, 2014. ⟨hal-03520994⟩

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